Mini-Reviews: Romances

May
15
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Light and fluffy, that’s the way I like them! =) I’m don’t read romances too often, but every once in a while, I feel like I need it.

Austenland by Shannon Hale – A bit of a departure from her usual, but a wonderful book for any Austen fan! This feels like a beautiful chick flick movie, but in a book, so better! Hope someday they will make it into a movie though, cause it’d be perfect =)

Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles – A little heavier than I usually like my romances, but that’s okay, because the subject material is really important. Modern day Romeo and Juliet, but without the whiny-ness of the originals. This book really delves into the problems we still have with prejudice and makes excellent points about them, while still maintaining the steamy romance side. Love it!

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith – SO FREAKIN’ CUTE! I loved loved LOVED Oliver! I also enjoyed pointing out the landmarks and saying “I’ve been there!” (including the inside of a plane ride to London – boy was that realistic!) Why couldn’t I have met an Oliver on my way over? *pouts*





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